Policing And Punishment In London 1660 1750: Urban Crime And The Limits Of Terror

Policing And Punishment In London Urban Crime And The Limits Of Terror This pioneering study examines the considerable changes that took place in the criminal justice system in the century after the Restoration The author reveals how and why an alternative means of deali

  • Title: Policing And Punishment In London 1660 1750: Urban Crime And The Limits Of Terror
  • Author: John M. Beattie
  • ISBN: 9780198208679
  • Page: 180
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This pioneering study examines the considerable changes that took place in the criminal justice system in the century after the Restoration The author reveals how and why an alternative means of dealing with crime emerged in the policing of London, in the practices and procedures of prosecution, and in the establishment of new forms of punishment.

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    • John Beattie`s Policing and Punishment in London, 1670-1730 addresses the fascinating topic of crime in one of early modern Europe´s most fascinating metropolis, London. Serious crime in London and Middlesexwas tried at eight annusl sessions at the law court Old Bailey who,without being officially an Assize, performed nevertheless the function of an Assize. Beattie performs well in illustrating the interdependencies between factors as war, gender, ecomomic circumstances and the level of crime. [...]


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